- Friday Jan 16, 2015 to Sunday Feb 1, 2015January 2015 to February 20158:00pm to 2:00pmFriday Jan 16, 2015 to Sunday Feb 1, 2015January 2015 to February 2015Bug by Tracy LettsSHOW 8:00pm to 2:00pm
Bug tells the story of a lonely, middle-aged waitress victimized by her abusive ex-husband, and tortured by the kidnapping of her child in a supermarket almost ten years ago; a mysterious, timid stranger with a military past and psychotic tendencies; and the romance and paranoia that develops between them in a cramped, trashy motel room in Oklahoma City. This timely play explores the madness and fear that plague conspiracy theorists.
Directed by Will Adamson & Aaron Oetting
- Friday Feb 27, 2015 to Sunday Mar 15, 2015February 2015 to March 20158:00pm to 2:00pmFriday Feb 27, 2015 to Sunday Mar 15, 2015February 2015 to March 2015Stage Kiss by Sarah RuhlSHOW 8:00pm to 2:00pm
Art imitates life. Life imitates art. What really happens when two actors kiss onstage? The newest missive from award winning playwright Sarah Ruhl, explores the chemistry, the construction, and the sometimes ridiculous consequences of a staged kiss. Reality and artifice meld, linear time collapses, and theatre happens.
Directed by Taliesin McEnaney
- Friday Apr 24, 2015 to Sunday May 10, 2015April 2015 to May 20158:00pm to 2:00pmFriday Apr 24, 2015 to Sunday May 10, 2015April 2015 to May 2015Mr. Burns; A Post-Electric Play, by Anne WashburnSHOW 8:00pm to 2:00pm
Anne Washburn’s imaginative dark comedy begins immediately after the fall of civilization with a group of people trying to recreate the iconic “Cape Feare” episode of “The Simpsons.” Seven years later, the same clan is recounting episodes of the show professionally. Flash forward 75 years, and the story is told in an entirely different way. A paean to live theater, and to the resilience of Bart Simpson through the ages, Mr. Burns is an exploration of how the pop culture of one era might evolve into the mythology of another.
Directed by Troy Heard